A number of new clinical trials are showing promise in hopes of treating the disease and preventing its spread.
Combining new techniques with existing treatments could, potentially, rid the virus from the body.
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A young inventor is working on a consumer device that can analyze food, prescription drugs, and more.
Some good medical news to start the day.
72% exceeded European safety levels, and 47% contained “highly” or “extremely” hazardous pesticides.
It was first discovered in Japan in the 1990s, and can be triggered by a severe emotional/psychological shock.
The GOP federal government shutdown caused a crucial loss of “time” for a variety of scientific research.
There’s a new medical mystery that reminds medical researchers of the early days of AIDS: brain-eating amoeba.